2 edition of Japanese war production industries found in the catalog.
Japanese war production industries
United States Strategic Bombing Survey
|Statement||Military Supplies Division, United States Strategic Bombing Survey ; Dates of survey: October-November, 1945|
|Series||[Its Reports. Pacific war, 43]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||47032981|
Since the Second World War there has been considerable growth in the importance of non-manufacturing based forms of production to the performance of many Western economies. Many countries have seen increased contributions being made by industries such as the media, entertainment and artistic by: Waterbury residents celebrate the news of Japanese surrender. Aug In August of when the war ended, special services were held at every Waterbury church and synagogue.
The popularity of his book accelerated developments in the US navy. The Japanese segregation in San Francisco's schools and the strong anti-Asian feelings in California, a common port of entry for Asian immigrants The industries boomed, helping the U.S. economy, and connected the people as a whole. The war also created entire new technologies, industries, and associated human skills. The war brought full employment and a fairer distribution of income. Blacks and women entered the workforce for the first time. Wages increased; so did savings. The war brought the consolidation of union strength and far-reaching changes in agricultural : Doris Goodwin.
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